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íntò

Hiligaynon

One who is fooled or tricked, an April-fool, one amenable to flattery, to be wheedled or cajoled; to fool, befool, make a fool of, bamboozle, blarney, beguile, trick, flatter, coax, wheedle, cajole, inveigle, do, diddle. Magíntò ka sa íya. Play a trick on him. Sa ádlaw sang mga Inoséntes nagapangíntò ang mga táo. People use to play practical jokes on Holy Innocents' day. Intoá siá. Bamboozle him. Flatter him. Indì ko siá pagintoón. I am not going-to fool him,-to obtain from him a favour by flattery. (see hásò, odót, unís, utís).



íntò

Hiligaynon

One who is fooled or tricked, an April-fool, one amenable to flattery, to be wheedled or cajoled; to fool, befool, make a fool of, bamboozle, blarney, beguile, trick, flatter, coax, wheedle, cajole, inveigle, do, diddle. Magíntò ka sa íya. Play a trick on him. Sa ádlaw sang mga Inoséntes nagapangíntò ang mga táo. People use to play practical jokes on Holy Innocents' day. Intoá siá. Bamboozle him. Flatter him. Indì ko siá pagintoón. I am not going-to fool him,-to obtain from him a favour by flattery. (see hásò, odót, unís, utís).


ilintúon

Hiligaynon

One amenable to flattery, easily coaxed or wheedled. (see íntò, uluníson, ulutíson, hululanúon, olodóton).


ilintúon

Hiligaynon

One amenable to flattery, easily coaxed or wheedled. (see íntò, uluníson, ulutíson, hululanúon, olodóton).


intô-íntò

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of ínto. Andamí silá, agúd dílì ka níla pagintôintoón (pagintôintóon). Be on your guard that they do not-play a trick on you,-play you a trick,-take you in. (see hasôhásò).


intô-íntò

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of ínto. Andamí silá, agúd dílì ka níla pagintôintoón (pagintôintóon). Be on your guard that they do not-play a trick on you,-play you a trick,-take you in. (see hasôhásò).


lagúndaw

Hiligaynon

To hoax, play a practical joke on somebody, trick. A, ginalagúndaw man lang nímo akó. Ah, you are only playing a joke on me. Indì ka maglagúndaw sa ákon. Don't play me a trick. (see íntò).


lánse

Hiligaynon

(Sp. lance) To play a trick upon, make somebody a sort of April-fool. Ginlánse níya akó. He fooled me, played me a trick. Andam ka, kay lansehón níya ikáw. Be on your guard, for he will play a trick upon you or have a joke at your expense. (see íntò, lahóg).


tsásko

Hiligaynon

(Sp. chasco) Joke, fun; trick. (see uslít, íntò, lahóg).


ulít

Hiligaynon

To joke, talk playfully, jest, say something sportive or witty; to fool, chaff, quiz, flatter. (see lahóg, unís, íntò, oslít).


ulít

Hiligaynon

To joke, talk playfully, jest, say something sportive or witty; to fool, chaff, quiz, flatter. (see lahóg, unís, íntò, oslít).


utís

Hiligaynon

Flattery, fooling; to flatter, fool, wheedle, cajole, coax. Utisá siá. Flatter (fool, humour) him. Persuade (induce) him by flattery. (see odót, unís, íntò, hásò).


utís

Hiligaynon

Flattery, fooling; to flatter, fool, wheedle, cajole, coax. Utisá siá. Flatter (fool, humour) him. Persuade (induce) him by flattery. (see odót, unís, íntò, hásò).


alínton

Hiligaynon

To transfer, hand over, deliver to, hand down; come down to, be conveyed or transferred. Ang íya sinâ nga marágtas nagalínton sa áton sa sugíd-súgid sang mga mál-am. The history of that episode came down to us through the oral tradition of the old people. Ialínton ang baúl sa baláy. Transfer the box to the house or convey the box home. Ginalínton (ginpaalínton) ko ang ákon kasangkápan sa baláy. I transferred my equipment to the house. Ginpaalintonán kitá sang áton mga ginikánan sang íla nga mánggad. Our parents handed down to us their property. Ang mga Apóstoles nagpaalínton sa áton sing madámù nga mga kamatuóran nga walâ masulát sa sántos nga ebanhélyo. The Apostles handed down to us many truths that were not written in the gospel.


bakíntol

Hiligaynon

(B) To carry, bear on one's shoulders or on the hip. Bakintolá iníng bayóong nga kalámay. Carry this sack of sugar. (see dalá, pás-an, tíbong, abága).


balíntong

Hiligaynon

To turn a somersault; a somersault. Makahibaló ikáw magbalíntong? Do you know how to turn a somersault? Sagád siá magbalíntong. He is an expert tumbler, acrobat, an adept at turning somersaults. (see balínsay).


balintotók

Hiligaynon

To turn a somersault. See balíntong, etc.


bíntol

Hiligaynon

A small portable trap for catching crabs, shrimps, etc. (see pamíntol).


bintósa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ventosa) Cupping-glass; to cup, apply a cupping-glass. Bintosáhi ang íya likód. Apply a cupping-glass to his back. (see tándok).


gintotón-an

Hiligaynon

Disciple, pupil, student, scholar. (see toón, magtotóon-teacher).


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